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John Seach
Scientist, volcano adventurer, scuba diving instructor, and microlight pilot.
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John Seach Apr 15
Magnitude 7.0 in may disrupt nearby volcanoes on Kyushu. Unzen, Aso, Sakurajima, Kuju, Tsurumi, Kirishima.
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John Seach Apr 15
Magnitude 7.0 30 km SW of Aso volcano and 40 km east of volcano, Japan.
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John Seach Apr 15
Magnitude 6.2 34 km NE of , Japan
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John Seach Apr 8
Magnitude 4.2 at , Iceland. Located at the site 2014-2015 eruption.
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John Seach Mar 27
, Alaska. Eruption with ash emission to 30,000 ft altitude. Aviation colour code RED.
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John Seach Mar 14
Nova Ophiuchi 2016 confirmed. PNV J17355050-2934240
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John Seach Mar 12
Costa Rica dormant for 5 years. Continuous activity from 1968-2010. Last dormant period lasted 500 years.
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John Seach Mar 12
Possible new nova discovered in Ophiuchus.
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John Seach Mar 11
Total solar 2017 USA at 5 - Jefferson, Sand Mountain, Blue Lake Crater, Belknap, and Hell's Half Acre.
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John Seach Mar 8
More on volcano.
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John Seach Mar 8
New lava lake formed at , DR Congo. Fissure opened inside the summit crater.
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John Seach Mar 8
Indonesia. Alert status raised to Level 2 two days ago, crossed by centre line of total solar today.
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John Seach Mar 8
Today's total solar crosses 12 volcanoes in .
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John Seach Mar 2
Activity increasing at 2 locations , Hawaii. Summit lava lake rising. Spatter at Pu'u O'o crater, east rift zone
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John Seach Mar 2
Magnitude 7.8 800 km southwest of , Sumatra.
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John Seach Feb 29
. Summit lava lake has risen and is intermittently visible from Jaggar museum.
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John Seach Feb 29
A unique combination of dust and fire observed in my 2015 nova discovery in Sagittarius V5668 Sgr,
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John Seach Feb 27
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John Seach Feb 27
, in 1998 during my first of 40 expeditions to the volcano.
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John Seach Feb 27
Mt Melbourne , during my overflight of the continent.
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